800Notes how to track unknown callers. It is a web community collects unlisted phone numbers used by businesses and helps the community only by creating a resource of such unwanted callers
Are you fed up of unwanted calls you receive from telemarketers,loan agents,scheme sellers etc and you often call back to confirm if the last missed call you had from an unknown number was urgent or crap…
If you’re the one bearing all this then wouldn’t you want a service to let you know who was the one behind that ‘unknown’ number without dialing the number back ?
If yes then 800Notes can serve as a pain-killer to your problem…
800Notes maintains the largest online database of unpublished business numbers and is dedicated to doing just that.The web community collects unlisted phone numbers used by businesses and today,800Notes’s users have something to celebrate…
They have identified more than 100,000 UNKNOWN callers.
The majority of the phone numbers used by banks, credit unions, insurance companies,non-profit organizations, telemarketers or collection agencies are not published anywhere.So instead of wondering who is calling and deciding whether you should keep ignoring or return the calls you can go to 800Notes.com,enter the phone number into the search field and read what others have to say about the caller.
If it’s a telemarketer,users often share ways to opt out.If it’s a collection agency, you can find their name and contact information provided by the community. If a caller says “You’ve won a free trip to Las Vegas”,a quick search will prove that’s likely not the case since a couple hundred people have reported the same.
800Notes is a two year old self-funded web service as of now and the users are contributing an average of 200 unknown phone numbers everyday as reported to us by Julia Forte,a founding member at 800Notes.
Their visitors are majorly based out of U.S. and Canada and therefore most of the indexed numbers on 800Notes belong to these two countries.Seeing the massive growth it has achieved in the past two years,it seems the victims to such ‘disturbing’ calls are growing at a rapid rate.